The COVID-19 pandemic has touched lives across the globe as well as in our little corner of the world.  Some people have been more affected than others and some people have been barely affected at all.  But, wherever you fall on that spectrum, you still have a story and the Grand Rapids Public Museum is asking you to share it.

The GRPM is asking for residents in West Michigan to share their stories, photos, videos, and even objects.  The program is part of the museum's Community Documentation of the COVID-19 pandemic and is described on their website:

"The COVID-19 pandemic will certainly go down in history as a significant event of the 21st century. During this health crisis, the GRPM will be collecting digital submissions of community stories, videos, photos and objects to ensure our local experience is recorded for future generations. We encourage you to take a moment to reflect and share how COVID-19 has impacted you, your family and community."

So far, the Grand Rapids Public Museum has been curating their collection online and you can already start to view their digital collection here.  If you would like to submit a story, photo, video, or object, you can do so here.